The Dallas Symphony Orchestra is one of America’s major orchestras in the United States. Just as the magnificent music produced by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra is the result of complementary arrangements of diverse instruments, we believe the blending of diverse individuals can produce the same harmonious results. Diversity brings a depth and richness to the organization that would be otherwise unattainable.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package for full-time employees, a business casual work environment, free covered parking at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center and free tickets for select concerts. If you’d like to be a part of a world-class symphony, here are a few of the positions we currently have open. 

Current Open Positions

The Dallas Symphony seeks a Development Coordinator to provide direct support to the Vice President of Development and the Director of Institutional Giving. Additionally, the Development Coordinator will assist colleagues in the Development Department by coordinating the day-to-day operations of the department and supporting one-time and ongoing projects.

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The Dallas Symphony Orchestra has several part-time opportunities for polished and friendly individuals as Ushers. The essential responsibility of the usher is to provide exemplary customer service for all patrons, guests, and clients of the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center under every circumstance.

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The Dallas Symphony has a unique fulltime opportunity for an accounting professional to join our team as a Senior Staff Accountant. The Senior Staff Accountant is primarily responsible for monitoring organizational cash position, performing monthend close for the organization, providing financial analysis, reconciliations, and research for the DSO and its patrons.

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The Dallas Symphony has an exciting full-time opportunity available for a professional with Development support experience as a Development Operations Coordinator. The primary functions of this vitally important role are to support the DSO Development department in gift processing, collections, coordination of invoice processing, credit card pledge billing, and coordination of donor listing updates for the Pulse program book and crystal wall plaques.

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PLEASE NOTE: Due to an increase in online scams and identity theft, please be aware that should you be selected for an interview, the Dallas Symphony Human Resources office will contact you directly by phone. The Dallas Symphony does not communicate with candidates using chat services and will not make a legitimate job offer to candidates in an online forum.